RG3 cleared for noncontract drills
Robert Griffin III’s next comeback isn’t quite ready to begin.
Cleveland’s quarterback, who broke a bone in his left shoulder while making his debut with the Browns in the season opener, has been cleared for non-contact drills and could play again this season.
However, he won’t practice this week and it’s not clear when he’ll be back on the field. Griffin was on a stationary bike off to the side Wednesday as the winless Browns (0-10) continued preparing for Sunday’s home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Griffin has been sidelined since breaking the coracoid bone in his shoulder at the end of a running play in the fourth quarter of the Sept. 11 loss to the Eagles.